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    Quote Originally Posted by Boynutman View Post
    For salads one thing I am starting to find out is that it is worth spending some money on decent vinegar(s). The stuff I can get in the mainstream supermarket here tends to be thin watery vicious stuff, regardless of what type they call it.
    The stuff in organic shops tends to be much better already.

    I already knew it made sense for olive oil. But for vinegars too, apparently!
    Totally agreed. Vinegar is probably the most populous single item in my pantry. From the top of my head:

    White spirit vinegar
    Cloudy organic apple cider vinegar
    White wine vinegar
    Chinkiang black vinegar
    Seasoned mizkan sushi vinegar
    Aged balsamic vinegar
    Aged sherry vinegar
    Pedro Ximenez sherry vinegar
    Datu puti vinegar


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    @Badgertooth love to see the two extremes, Chinkiang and spirit vinegar, on that list.

    Datu Puti, isn't that the stuff sold with green peppers floating in the bottle?


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    Haha, to be honest the white spirit sees duty as a laundry rinse, counter cleaner, stain remover, scale remover etc. And yes, there is a datu putti with a pepper in it but this one is the plain version.


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